Log Book service
What is a Log Book Service and how does it affect my New car warranty?
All new vehicle buyers are provided with a manufacturers Log book. The Log book is a guide for your car's recommended service intervals, or how long each part of your vehicle should go before it needs to be replaced or serviced. A log book outlines what should be serviced, replaced or inspected on your new car, how often and when.
Why follow the Log Book ?
Under your New car warranty the manufacturer of your car is obliged to fix any faults which may might arise in your vehicle during that warranty period, however, in order for your warranty to remain valid you have get to your car serviced according to the manufacturers guidelines by following the log book.
Do I have to only go to the Dealership who sold me my new car in order to get a Log book Service or to maintain my New Car Warranty ?
Some new car dealerships will tell you that having your Log book servicing done anywhere other than them will automatically void your warranty. This is not true. You do however need to make sure that your car service centre employs fully qualified mechanics, and that the services performed meet manufacturer's specifications and quality parts are used.
Team Automotive can look after log book services for all types of vehicles from classic cars to the latest models, from small hatchbacks to heavy vehicles.
Our mechanics are fully qualified and we use approved parts and methods to ensure your New Car warranty is maintained - without the expensive dealership prices. Call us for a quote today.
For your peace of mind our log book services come with a FREE 62 Point Safety Check and our work is also covered by The Repco Authorised Service Nationwide Warranty.